The upcoming January transfer window will be filled interesting negotiations and transfers of players. One of these interesting transfers also include the return of Eden Hazard to the Stamford Bridge.
And there are rumors and speculations that the deal might turnout to be a swap deal which will involve a Chelsea young player moving over to Real Madrid.
Chelsea's transfer director, Marina Granovskaia have been good dealer when it comes to transfers for Chelsea football club, but Chelsea's manager, Thomas Tuchel should point out an advice to Marina to avoid her making a mistake during Hazard's deal.
Tuchel should point out this advice to Chelsea's transfer director, Marina:
Tuchel should advise Marina not to agree to any swap deal for Hazard with any Chelsea's player: Chelsea football club's head coach, Thomas Tuchel should try to make Marina to understand that the Chelsea's squad is a perfect team which needs more addition of players and not removal of any Chelsea's player. As it stands now, Chelsea team will be definitely affected if any player is replaced by Hazard. Because they all have blended together with each other.
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